The department was established in the academic year 2014-2015 . It began to receive students at the beginning of the first semester of the academic year 2015-2016, since then, the department has graduated several classes. The department's graduates work in several media institutions, such as Al-Mamlaka TV, Roya TV, Jordan TV, and several different radio stations.
The department policy lies in Believing in the importance of enriching the academic aspect of media students, to enable them to practice media work professionally and objectively and to enable graduates to continue their higher studies based on the theoretical information that was enriched at the undergraduate stage, and to inspire students the different ways to conduct media research and how to employ media theories in their research. This comes through the department's plans that are updated in accordance with the instructions of the Accreditation Authority, market requirements and recent developments in the field of radio and television technology. The department has all the techniques that help in refining the talents of students, preparing them for the requirements of the local, Arab and international market, and preparing them for higher studies.
Upon graduation, the student is expected to be aware of the ethics of television media work, and to be able to use modern software, following methods that are compatible with the media within an understanding and cooperative work team by presenting, and producing radio and television programs, using modern technologies, based on the needs of the public based on the studies and research
In order to achieve the goals, the Radio and Television Department has a laboratory equipped with the latest equipment connected to the Internet, and there are three radio and television studios for the purposes of training students, and the e-learning system has been used to present materials and conduct electronic exams. These Studios host Leqaa FM broadcast to discuss societal and service issues for the community of the governorates of Amman, Zarqa, and Mafraq